Dr. James Earls is a radiologist practicing in Fairfax, VA. Dr. Earls specializes in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using medical imaging techniques such as X-Rays, magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography exams. These techniques offer accurate visibility to the inside of the patients body and help to detect otherwise hidden illnesses so that they can be treated quickly and efficiently.
Education and Training
New York Univ Sch of Med, New York Ny 1988
RadiologyAmerican Board of RadiologyABR
- Comparison studies of CT and MRI in patients with hepatic metastases.
- Coronary artery anomalies.
- How to use a prospective gated technique for cardiac CT.
- Effect of padding duration on radiation dose and image interpretation in prospectively ECG-triggered coronary CT angiography.
- Cardiac computed tomography technology and dose-reduction strategies.
- Adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction: assessment of image noise and image quality in coronary CT angiography.
- Estimated radiation dose reduction using adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction in coronary CT angiography: the ERASIR study.
- The value of computed tomography scanning for the detection of coronary artery disease in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
- The pros and cons of searching for extracardiac findings at cardiac CT: studies should be reconstructed in the maximum field of view and adequately reviewed to detect pathologic findings.
- SCCT guidelines for the interpretation and reporting of coronary CT angiography:
- Point-of-care ultrasound leads to diagnostic shifts in patients with undifferentiated hypotension.
- Simulation of extracellular nucleotide hydrolysis and determination of kinetic constants for the ectonucleotidases.
- Mangafodipir trisodium injection (Mn-DPDP). A contrast agent for abdominal MR imaging.
- Thoracic aorta: comparison of gadolinium-enhanced three-dimensional MR angiography with conventional MR imaging.
- Tortuosity of the descending thoracic aorta simulating dissection on transesophageal echocardiography.
- A mediastinal hematoma after a fall.
- Abdominal and pelvic applications of opposed-phase MR imaging.
- Traumatic pulmonary arterial and venous pseudoaneurysms.
- Nyu Hospitals Center, Diagnostic Radiology; Walter Reed Army Med Ctr, Diagnostic Radiology; Walter Reed Army Med Ctr, General Surgery
- Walter Reed Amc 1996
- Walter Reed Army Medical Center 1990
- Diagnostic Radiology, Walter Reed AMC, Washington, DC USA 1994
- New York University Medical Center 1996
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